Policy and Procedure Handbooks
Department Operations and Procedures Guide for Faculty
Details the administrative structure for faculty in the department including committees, tenure-track and non-tenure-track faculty positions and appointments, and faculty review procedures.
Faculty Promotion, Review, and Assessment
This document includes the Biology Department's Criteria for Faculty Rank, which are applied in all appointment, promotion, and tenure decision making along with University Qualifications for Rank and CLAS Criteria for Rank at http://clas.uiowa.edu/faculty/faculty-appointments-review-criteria-facul.... It also contains the Department's Standards for Tenured Faculty Review which are applied, along with the CLAS standards, in all annual reviews of tenured faculty at http://clas.uiowa.edu/faculty/annual-review-tenured-faculty#main-content and in all five-year peer reviews of tenured faculty at http://clas.uiowa.edu/faculty/faculty-appointments-review-tenured-facult.... In addition, this document presents guidelines for faculty productivity at each rank and explanations of the types of evidence used in faculty reviewes.These sections do not have the force of policy, as the first two sections do, but are intended to inform faculty as they prepare for reviews. Finally, this document contains statements on joint and affiliate appointments in the Department, faculty resignations, and faculty retirements.
This document has been approved by the faculty. Amendments to this document can be proposed by any faculty member. All proposed amendment(s) must be submitted to the DEO for consideration by the Executive Committee and voted on by the full faculty. Voting procedure and majority required for approval of amendment(s) will follow the guidelines established for voting on issues in faculty meetings. Amendments to this manual are subject to approval by the Dean following approval by the faculty, and [in the case of promotion/tenure criteria and tenured faculty review standards] are subject to approval by the Office of the Provost.
Approved by the Biology Faculty: February 27, 2012
Approved by CLAS: August 30, 2012
Graduate Program Handbook
Guide to University and Department regulations, practices, and policies that have an impact on graduate students in the Integrated Biology (iBio) graduate program.
Graduate Handbook - Revised August 2022